All the Things I Didn't See
Publish date: April 18th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 182
Edition language: English
This is a good book. I was hooked by the blurb and the story went as I expected. There's just something missing. Some of the writing is over the top mushy and a little wrong. It's almost juvenile, but not exactly - and it wasn't the whole story, just bits and pieces. Overall this is a straight up ro...
This book was a point of view train wreck but a very sweet, predictable GFY with NO relationship roadblocks. I *heart* GFY and friends to lovers so while this was one big happy fluffy loving rainbow world I enjoyed it.
Totally sweet! Without angst or conflict!( although the author might have been trying for some) light and easy read with all the typical tropes needed, gravely injured best friend, evil ex who isn't so evil after all, great parents, friends, lives, pets, gfy,.....I almost broke out in a verse of kum...
I agree with everyone who said this was sweet but conflict-less. I sometimes crave books like that, though, especially after reading something fraught and angsty. Unfortunately, this wasn't one of those that satisfied my craving for smooth and sweet and happy. The MC's were too inconsistently dra...
2.5 stars. Very (very) sweet romance between two likeable characters.
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